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Roasted Veggies

Roasted asparagus, red pepper, sweet potato and zucchini….   Ciao!    

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We Had A Wedding Last January!

I can’t believe it’s been a year since our daughter Katie’s wedding.  The day began with overcast skies and snow began to fall right when we were all driving to the venue for more photos, about 2 1/2 hours before … Continue reading

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Ready for the “Blizzard”?

Is this a little blurry?  I hope not – do you remember this verse from the poem called ‘The Garden Year’ by Sara Coleridge?  She wrote this in 1834 – another version of the poem has an adjective written before … Continue reading

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Some Summer Garden Sharing

It’s been quite a while since I visited my blog – and I’m anxious to begin posting once again.  I usually write about projects that are happening around here, or recipes we’ve been making, entertaining that we are planning or … Continue reading

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Still at Word Press…but having fun with dishes

Yes, I am still working on my Word Press site…I went back to the original Frog Hollow Farm girl Blogger site and to tell you the truth wasn’t totally impressed….but I do still think that for me, Blogger is easier … Continue reading

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Back to Blogger???

Since last spring I have been blogging (somewhat irregularly I know) from my Word Press blogging tool, moving  to it because I felt that it had more security offerings.  This space is actually a whole new blog since I can’t … Continue reading

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Waiting for the Snow and Feeling Cozy

It’s quiet Super Bowl Sunday morning at Frog Hollow Farm, with a snowstorm on the horizon for later this evening.  Our pond aerator has frozen over on the top – I always worry about our beautiful koi during these cold … Continue reading

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